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Wood Fern, Autumn Fern

Wood Fern, Autumn Fern (Dryopteris species)

A beautiful and durable group of ferns available in an array of sizes and colors. Dependable color and texture looks great all season. Ferns lend a peaceful feeling to any setting.

Woodland Phlox

Woodland Phlox 'Chattahoochee' (Phlox divaricata)

A fantastic solution for bringing color and fragrance into shaded locations. 'Chattahoochee' produces fragrant masses of blue florets each with a deep purplish-red eye. Blooms are produced over a long season starting in late spring. This is a good plant for partially shaded areas or…

Woodland Phlox, Wild Blue William

Woodland Phlox, Wild Blue William 'Blue Moon' (Phlox divaricata)

A welcome herald of spring! A carpet of glossy evergreen foliage is topped with fragrant blue flowers. The perfect choice for brightening lifeless shaded areas.

Woodland Phlox, Wild Blue William

Woodland Phlox, Wild Blue William (Phlox divaricata)

Woodland Phlox take "the middle ground" between taller upright Phlox species and the low, creeping ones. A multitude of dainty blooms, atop short stems, provide a cheery spring showing, then spreading mounds of foliage fill in beautifully between later blooming perennials.

Woodrush

Woodrush (Luzula species)

Luzula are evergreen perennials, resembling grass or rushes with flat, linear leaves and tiny clusters of flowers appearing in spring or summer. The dense foliage is great for massed planting and very effective for keeping an area covered and weed free. Very easy to grow in just…

Wood Spurge

Wood Spurge (Euphorbia x martinii)

Long-lived chartreuse flowers have bright red centers. Durable, drought tolerant selection is a proven performer. Dependable color and texture looks great all season. This unique selection stylishly accents other plants.

Wood Spurge

Wood Spurge 'Purpurea' (Euphorbia amygdaloides)

Deep reddish-purple foliage always looks nice. Chartreuse flower clusters contrast beautifully with the leaves. This unique selection is sure to attract attention!

Woolly Yarrow

Woolly Yarrow 'Aurea' (Achillea tomentosa)

With its compact growth habit and mat-forming foliage, 'Aurea' is a wonderful choice for smaller gardens. Soft, silvery foliage and broad, yellow bloom clusters make it the perfect compliment to a multitude of bold or subtle garden companions.

Woolly Yarrow

Woolly Yarrow 'Goldie' (Achillea tomentosa)

This compact plant forms a dense mat of silver-green, fern-like foliage. Large clusters of golden-yellow flowers bloom all summer long. Requires very little attention.

Wooly Evolvulus, Nuttall's Evolvulus

Wooly Evolvulus, Nuttall's Evolvulus (Evolvulus nuttallianus)

Wooly Evolvulus is native to the plains and foothills of the midwestern regions of the United States. It’s a member of the Morning Glory family and the resemblance can be seen in the delicate, bell-shaped flowers that look like miniature Morning Glories. The softly hairy,…